Panasonic Cloud Business Phone System Available Now at Retail
Panasonic System Networks Company of America has forayed into the services industry with its Cloud-based services solution.
The brand new Panasonic Cloud Business Phone System for small businesses is now available at retail.
Panasonic is already a well known brand all over the world and it has now paired its popular business phones with Cloud-based voice services. The company has designed its reliable and easy-to-use phone system to address the communications needs of small businesses in the nation. Designed in collaboration with BroadSoft, the phone system does not require complicated IT setup or support and is available both online and at convenient retail locations frequented by small business owners. You can purchase this system at Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, OfficeDepot.com, Staples.com, Frys.com and beginning on August 8, Fry’s Electronics retail stores.
“The Cloud is the new frontier for major technology companies like Panasonic, and we’re excited to harness it for the benefit of our customers,” said Bill Taylor, president, Panasonic System Networks Company of America.
“Our small business customers tell us they want a simple, feature-rich, customizable business phone system. Panasonic values this feedback and we have hand-picked the leading companies in their fields to help us reliably meet our customers’ requests. With support from these industry leaders, we created a top-of-its-class Cloud-based hosted-voice solution to help small businesses maximize their potential.”
“We believe Panasonic’s expansion into the hosted unified communications services market exemplifies its dedication to innovation and desire to meet the communication needs of its small business customers,” said Michael Tessler, president and chief executive officer, BroadSoft.
“Panasonic has been a trusted brand by small businesses for decades; we share its commitment to serving this market segment, and we believe small business will benefit greatly from this comprehensive device and cloud-based communications services offering.”
By Anuradha Shukla
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